Support » Plugin: Linkify Text » Earlier link ordering for more specific terms – issue

  • gplurn

    (@gplurn)


    Hello – love this plugin.

    I seem to be getting erratic behaviour on linkifying more specific (2+ word) terms involving numbers or brackets.

    For example, at http://pinksync.uk/alexandra-benedict-tris-taylor-sleeping-lions-neotropic-remix/ , the terms “climax (narrative)” and “129-140” should both be linkified. Instead, “narrative” and “129” are linkified. However, in Linkify settings, both of the longer terms appear above the shorter ones.

    I would be grateful for any light you can shed on this.

    Here is the first text in Linkify settings:

    scene changes/beats/stings/links => http://pinksync.uk/tag/scene-changesbeatsstingslinks
    war/violence => http://pinksync.uk/tag/warviolence
    science/technology => http://pinksync.uk/tag/sciencetechnology
    under 85 => http://pinksync.uk/tag/under-85
    85-100 => http://pinksync.uk/tag/85-100
    101-113 => http://pinksync.uk/tag/101-113
    114-128 => http://pinksync.uk/tag/114-128
    129-140 => http://pinksync.uk/tag/129-140
    over 140 => http://pinksync.uk/tag/over-140
    50 => http://pinksync.uk/tag/50
    61 => http://pinksync.uk/tag/61
    64 => http://pinksync.uk/tag/64

    Here are the settings relating to “climax (narrative)”:

    climax (narrative) => http://pinksync.uk/tag/climax-narrative
    .
    .
    .
    narrative => http://pinksync.uk/tag/narrative

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/linkify-text/

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